Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro · Book review

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Similar to "Never Let Me Go", Ishiguro likes to do this sort of vaguely dystopian sci-fi where he doesn't quite flesh out all the details. I need answers, damnit!!

Why is Karla decommissioned but left "alive"? Wouldn't it be kinder to turn her off? And the sun is probably just a regular old sun, that Klara is mistakenly expecting to be a God that can save Josie - but then it does? Is that just a coincidence?

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